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Patching New Orleans
One year after Katrina, the reconstruction of a shattered healthcare system is just beginning.

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Human Assets
Many in the healthcare industry say the system’s dependence on internationally trained physicians is growing.
Healthcare, Explained
A Connecticut hospital’s ‘Patient School’ provides a crash course for the layperson.
Five Minute Consult
Keeping Tabs on the Docs
CEOs should pay attention when trouble brews among specialties.
So Long, ‘Mom and Pop’
As physician group practices grow up, they’re bypassing old leadership ways for more sophisticated structures.
Security Guard
A Colorado RHIO sifts through HIPAA’s nuances before launching its data exchange.
DEAL!
An inside look at an IT contract.
Reporter’s Desktop
Precise, but Pricey
The CyberKnife’s pinpoint radiation treatment presents new hope for cancer patients—and thorny management issues for executives.
Medicare Imaging Cuts Could Push Patients Back to Hospitals
Money Talk
Who’s up and who’s down
Armchair Finance
Ditching the Stethoscope
Two Bucks for a Slipper?
A deceptively simple tool helps both clinicians and finance types measure performance improvement ROI.
False Claims Fears
Federal incentives for state anti-fraud measures could hurt providers’ bottom line.

The Population Health Penalty

Here's a fact about healthcare providers that, if not quite a secret, is only discussed quietly.

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